September Newsletter PDF

September Meeting

Golf Tournament

Executive Director Corrner

Compliance Training:
Here is a Resource 

FMANM Health Care
Committee

Upcoming Events Calendar

2017 Programs

September 20 — Roadrunner Food Bank

October 27 — FAB O&M Show

November 15 — Albuquerque International Sunport

December 20 — Holiday Social

Help Plan the 2018 FMANM Programs
Submit YOUR Important Ideas via Email TODAY

       Are you a facility manager who is seeking specific information on solar technologies, energy management, or some other new building service?  Or, are you a supplier who would to take the stage to get your innovative product or service in front of New Mexico’s facility managers? 

In an effort to make the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico’s programs relevant to both its facility manager and supplier members, we are inviting YOU to submit ideas to the FMANM program planning committee.

Decide now what you would like to hear about, or what product or service you would like to have considered.  Write a few lines but please help us.  Let us know what you want to hear about and why it is important in your life in facilities.
Contact Carolee at carolee@fmanm.com

 

Education

  • 2017 BOC Tecnical Webinar Series

Click here for more information

Employment

  • FACILITIES DIRECTOR

  • Account Executive Ace Asphalt
  • BCBSNM Position
  • Sales Rep for Armour Pavement.
    Asphalt Field Estimator  

Click here for more information

Resumes

  • Clarie Shay Miller
  • Harold Oliver Madsen

Click here for more information

Education

Click here for more information

 

Board of Directors

President

Tom Plummer, P.E.
Director of Health Facilities
Albuquerque Area IHS
505-256-6794(ofc)
505-288-6982 (cell)
tom.plummer@ihs.gov

Vice President

George Jimenez
Facilities Manager
Nusenda Federal Credit Union
505-263-2061
gjimenez@nusenda.org

Treasurers

Lori Gunnare
National Roofing Company
W 505 883 3000 
C 505 252 2707
F 505 883 1719
lori@nationalroofing.com

Dave Jensen
R.E. Michel Co.
505-239-5721 cell
dave52djj@aol.com
 

Secretary

Kevin Givens
The Johnston Co.
kevingivens@tjc-nm.com
505-343-8190


Directors

Leonard Yager
Director of Engineering/ Security
Hyatt Regency Albq.
leonard yager@haytt.com
505-843-2630
Mike Chavez
Account Manager
Ace Asphalt
chavezm@aceasphalt.com
505-717-2754
Micaela Sandoval
Account Manager
Moving Solutions
505-710-2406
micaela.sandoval@
movingsolutionsus.com
Jessica Leyva
Facility Build
505-615-4718
jleyva@facilitybuild.com

Executive Director

Carolee Griffin
505-377-5309 cell
carolee@fmanm.com

 

Web Master

Roy Evans
royevans@royevans.com
505 577 4145

 

 

Roll Up for the Tour:  Roadrunner Food Bank

Onsite Facility Projects Explored at September Visit

Plan today to join the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico at 7 am on Wednesday morning, September 20, 2017, for Blake's Burritos, Starbucks Coffee, and OJ before we take a journey through the infrastructural upgrades capably executed by their Chief Operations Officer, Teresa Johansen, as we visit their site at 5840 Office Boulevard NE in Albuquerque, NM.  Arrive on time to eat, and wear your walking shoes as we launch into inner space for an onsite adventure!

 Learn about these impressive and sweeping project savings:

Water: $12,000- $7000:  All savings on landscaping by going from grass to xeriscaping; paid for by water rebate "Keeping New Mexico Beautiful" grant.    Work completed by volunteers and the plan provided for free by Heads Up Landscaping.

Heating Oil: $27,000 - $22,000:– Using a gas reseller like "Tiger" and warehouse insulation (private grant) and also a new roof: white TPO.

Fleet fuel: 12%-17% improvement in fuel / mile on a $300,000 fuel bill, paid for with an EPA grant "Clean Air Grant", an annual grant that is open to any business. Utilizing low profile tires, fairings on cab, and under trailer. Routing Software used for route optimization.

Trash / Recycling: $100,000 year trash costs lowered to $30,000 year plus $30,000 on recycling income. Paid for with the RAID grant (you'll need a fiscal agent) and "Keeping New Mexico Beautiful" recycling grant.  All of our food is used: people first, then animals, and then composting. Packaging materials are baled: cardboard, stretch wrap, white paper, cans. Pallet sold to highest bidder.

Electricity: $180,000 / year down to ??? thanks to different projects: PNM "Reduce Your Use": forklift charger upgrades, forklift charger timing, new washers and driers, window tinting. Installation of a new cooler / freezer doors (PNM Rebate).  New warehouse lighting (40%) on motion sensors and motion sensors in all offices and hallways. Exit signage using LEDs. New HVAC units; test and balance of ducting; programmable thermostats.

Solar: PPA with Affordable Solar,366 kWh array turned on December 18, 2016, savings $21,000 in the first 6 months; expansion planned.

Demand Reduction Battery system: PPA with Affordable Solar; new technology still unproven; will charge at night, deploy when needed.  Potential to save $2500 / month.

Register here, where you can pay with your credit card for this epic event before Monday, September 18th, 2017, to be included.  Cost for members is $30.00 and guests pay $35.00.  Bring your favorite facility manager---first time facility managers always free!    

 

Register here for the September meeting

 


 

Executive Director - Carolee Griffin

2017 FAB O&M Show Scheduled for

Friday, October 27th at Hyatt Albuquerque

Mark your calendar TODAY for Friday afternoon, October 27th, 2017, at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Albuquerque for the ONLY trade show in New Mexico specifically for facility managers, engineers, building owners, and property managers. Beginning at high noon and ending at 4 pm, here is the opportunity for one-stop shopping at a beautiful and fun venue where these folks and their staffs will see the latest and greatest in products and services that will make running a building a whole lot easier.

Suppliers, commit NOW to showcase your company to a broad spectrum of decision makers from businesses ranging across the entire state. Facility managers, you get in free, and the ribbon on this package is your opportunity to win a substantial door prize for your attendance.

Here are the details:

Facility managers: Attend the show armed with a pocket full of business cards—plan ahead! Your business card is your admission ticket. Each exhibitor will contribute a gift card worth at least $50.00, and only facility managers or their direct reports--with their business cards-- will be eligible to win. Suppliers: Your cost for a 3' x 6' table space at the event is $500.00 (non- members pay $600) plus your $50.00 door prize for eligible, card-wielding facility management only. You may purchase more than one table, and access to the exhibit hall is from 8 am until 7 pm the day of the event with show hours from noon until 4 pm.

Website registration and more important logistical information for suppliers is available by logging onto www.fmanm.com and clicking on the tabs. Payment with your credit card is online.

Suppliers MUST REGISTER by Friday, October 6rd, to be guaranteed a table space. All attendees will have access to the buffet snack table and cash bar. Supplier sponsorships are available; contact carolee@fmanm.com for details!

Register for a Booth at the FAB and OM Show

Register to be a FAB and OM Sponsor            

 

Get complete information FAB and OM show    Click here for Suppliers Flyer    Click here for Managers Flyer

Sponsored By


Video by Colibri Media House www.colibrimediahouse.com

Seventh Annual Golf Scholarship Fundraiser
Featured Happy Crowd, Door Prizes for All!

With over 110 golfers and 11 helpers, the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico 2017 Scholarship Fundraiser Golf Tournament will guarantee a record donation this December to the scholarship funds at Central New Mexico Community College and The University of New Mexico.  Enjoying a cool, picture perfect day at the Isleta Eagle Championship Golf Course, golfers and golf helpers alike left the event with a door prize in hand.

Loyalty from the membership and its many supporters (both members and non-member companies alike) who believe in and support our educational initiative is the one constant factor in the annual event’s continued success.  Distinct contributions, both large and small, from countless companies and outstanding individuals personalized the gathering

 
Again the trend to companies fielding multiple teams of golfers continued as they competed in the Championship Division to win the esteemed silver trophy.

Tables full of valuable door prizes mitigated even a bad day on the greens.  Power tools, bar-b-que grills, a drone, a kayak, restaurant gift certificates, camping gear, and loads of golf equipment and much much more left with the athletes after the post-game buffet.

“Christmas in July!” exclaimed Mark Awe with BNSF Railroad. “Once again this tournament is the best in town!”     

 

 

Platinum sponsors

 
 

Gold Sponsor

 
   
 

Silver Sponsor

 
   
 

Hole in one Sponsors

 
   

Single Hole Sponsors

   

1/2 Hole Sponsors

   
 

2017 Door Prize Donors

 

Ace Asphalt
BNSF Railroad
Buehler Moving and Storage
Bob’s Painting
Brave Dave Productions
Brian McPartlon Roofing
Duke City Harley Davidson
Ed Clah Consulting
Ferguson Enterprises
Innovative Moving Systems

ISHC Mechanical
Johnson Controls
Klinger Construction
Lone Mountain Contracting
Matheson TriGas
National Distributing 
National Roofing
PNM
Pumps and Service
SMI Facility Services

Steamatic
Stoneface Tavern
The Groundskeeper
The Johnson Company
Thunderbird Harley Davidson  
Thyssen Krupp Elevator
Travers Mechanical
Voss Lighting

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CNM Foundation letter of appreciation

 

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Attention Healthcare Facility Managers
Or Any FM Who Needs Compliance Training:
Here is a Resource 

The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Hazardous Waste Bureau conducts hazardous waste inspections at hospitals, pharmacies, as well as other types of facilities.  They offer their services to conduct free training concerning managing hazardous waste at hospitals and pharmacies.  Having recently conducted inspections at several hospitals, they have found the majority of them to be out of compliance.  Their aim to provide this training to large audiences spreads the information more quickly than individually inspecting each hospital/pharmacy.

But beyond healthcare, NMED believes they might be able to target some training for other diverse and various types of facilities.  Compliance assistance is a key component in their program and keeping facilities in compliance makes the job a lot easier. 

Need more information to start this discussion? Contact Janine Kraemer, CHMM, Hazardous Waste Supervisor for the New Mexico Environment Department, 2905 Rodeo Park Drive East, Building 1,Santa Fe NM 87505 office  505-476-4372, or email to janine.kraemer@state.nm.us  or connect with Facility Manager Association’s vice president, Tom Plummer with the Indian Health Services at thomas.plummer@ihs.gov

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